Our New Year’s resolutions for 2021

2020 has been a year of uncertainty and loss, but also a year of growth. With your support, we were able to help more families than ever. In the upcoming year, we are planning to do even more.

Read on to find out our New Year’s resolutions and plans for 2021.

Create new craftsmanship products

As a brand, it’s our mission to preserve traditional craftsmanship. This year, we learned that artisans with different crafts are struggling. We will continue to support shoe artisans, but we will also partner with new workshops to create other products and keep their traditional skills alive.

So, what can you expect? Get ready for sustainably made accessories that will pair perfectly with your boots and huaraches. Our new vegetable-tanned leather belts, bags and woven bracelets will add a unique touch to your look.

Considering that we are all spending more time at home, we are also developing comfy house shoes to wear inside. A treat for your feet!

Launch a vegan huarache sandals collection

Our main shoe collection is made of certified chromium-free, vegetable-tanned leather. We love working with this durable material, but we realize it doesn’t suit everyone’s needs.

We want to be more inclusive as a brand and create ethically made non-leather options too. That’s why we decided to partner up with Good Guys to create some of our best-sellers in a sustainable vegan version. They will be released in a mini huarache sandals collection.

Make our production in Mexico even more sustainable

We always strive to become better and create more positive change in the world. That’s why we are doing a thorough analysis of our sustainability and social impact this year. Based on this, we will make improvements and make our production even more sustainable.

As we always advocate transparency, you will have access to all the findings in the Sustainability & Social Impact report after the research is conducted.

What do you think about our New Year's resolutions? And what are yours? Leave a comment below.

 

Written by Jessica Teeuw

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